Published: Fri, January 24, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Bachelorette Contestant Tyler Gwozdz Dead At 29 After Suspected Drug Overdose

Bachelorette Contestant Tyler Gwozdz Dead At 29 After Suspected Drug Overdose

According to the spokesperson, an autopsy will take a minimum of eight to 12 weeks to complete.

On January 13th, a woman called 911 to report a possible drug overdose after she couldn't get into a bathroom to help Gwozdz. TMZ also noted multiple attempts to contact his family in the publication's previous story about Gwozdz's suspected overdose. She had been trying to break down the door to the bathroom, where Gwozdz was locked inside.

According to TMZ, Gwozdz was admitted to the intensive care unit and remained in the Florida hospital for about a week. However, by Tuesday, January 21st, he was no longer a patient at the facility.

Grozdz was a contestant on Season 15 of the ABC reality dating competition that was headlined by Hannah Brown.

In the aforementioned email to Refinery29, he spoke out against cyberbullying, saying he had been a target of harassment since leaving the show without explanation.

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Bachelor Nation's Luke Stone is remembering fellow contestant and close friend Tyler Gwozdz in the wake of his unexpected death.

At the time, fans theorised - thanks to Bachelor and Bachelorette blogger Reality Steve - Gwozdz was asked to leave when producers found something out about his "past relationships".

He added that the reason his actual exit wasn't aired was to respect his privacy.

The 29-year-old was a sales manager who graduated in 2012 from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He went on one one-on-one date with Brown.

On his Bachelorette profile, Tyler's occupation is listed as a psychology graduate student with a side business in Dream Therapy Analysis.

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